About your Search

20120901
20120930
STATION
CNN 11
CNNW 11
WBFF (FOX) 7
WBAL (NBC) 6
WJLA (ABC) 4
FBC 2
MSNBCW 2
WMAR (ABC) 2
WRC (NBC) 2
MSNBC 1
WFDC (Univision) 1
WTTG 1
WUSA (CBS) 1
LANGUAGE
English 54
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 55 (some duplicates have been removed)
woman has now died after a hit and run in west baltimore earlier this week.this mornnng... noo arrests have been madd... but camera.megan gilliland is here - with more on why that'ssnot helping the case. good morning guys,veronica gray passed away yesterday after being the injured in the crash on sunday. she and her fiance wallace mazon were crossing the crosswalk at the corner of freemont avenue and winchester when a four door silverrsedan crashed inno them and then drove off.500 feet from the accident... a blue light camera caught he hit and run on tape... but police say the video is too blurry to use as evidence... so the investigation is now at a standstill. (38:17)they record all the day activity its no way possible they can make out a car a person license plate or nothing of who murdered my moth. mother.at this hour... crash detectives tell s they have no leads.if you have any information you are asked o call the baltimore city accident investigation unit at 410-396-2606. again... the car involved... was a silver fouu door sedan. i'm megan gilliiand, fox45 morning news. seven
. baltimore city police are investigating a shooting involving one of their own. we are told the shooting happened 45 minutes ago and the 400 block of east loraine avenue. one officer shot a single suspect. we will have more information tomorrow morning. meantime, city police are looking for a missing teenager. officials say earlier this morning, a 13-year-old daniel jackson was arguing with his mother and the 1800 block of ruckston avenue. he has not been seen or heard from since. police say daniel is developmentally cha llenged. he was last seen wearing a turquoise paulo, blue and white shorts, and white sneakers. if he see daniel, you are asked to call 911 or the missing persons unit. our big story tonight -- the first full day of racing is over for the second annual grand prix of baltimore. how are things going for the second time around? george, how did things go? >> the organizers are not releasing attendance figures, but they are pleased with the crowds they have seen. the jury is still out on whether nearby businesses feel the same way. the race to the end of the second and no gra
baltimore and the beltway as a reference point. it's from the northwest passing to the east. there were more significant showers west of us this morning but a lot of this stuff has dried up moving towards the bay. a wider picture of what's going on, we will talk about the weekend coming up in a minute. >> things revving up downtown the start of the second annual baltimore grand prix. >> some of the most skilled drivers in the world will be weaving high octane race car along city streets for the second annual grand prix of baltimore. here george lettis with more. >> the speed is neck twisting. >> 180 miles per hour. >> the sound is ear crackling and the skill is simply amazing. >> it's the best thing i've ever seen. >> on friday, qualifying races began so the grand prix of baltimore is officially back for year two. >> it's like going to an imax and seeing the movie, it's the exact same thing, the rumble of the seats, the rumble of your feet, the panic of them going around the corner, please don't crash. >> there was a crash at pratt and howard street thanks to the light rail tracks. >> they w
with brraking news out of east baltimore. where police say someone opened fire on a man in the four thousand block of wilsby avenue. homicide detectives the chest by at least five n - rounds of gunfire. the pictim wassraced to shock trauma where, right now, he's currently ii emergency surgery. we have no word at this hour about a motive orr a suspect. good evening, i'm jeff abell. abell. and i'm karen parks. daniel borowy was shot n the first &pday of classes at perry haal high school. school. tonight he is back home among his recovery. myranda stephens was there today as daniel took to the water... she joins us now from perry hall high school. schhol. &pmyranda: the parents of danie borowy say they don't know if their son remembers the horror that took place last month here at perry hall high school. they're just grateful their son is alive... and starting ovee. out of the hospital... and on a boat. daniel borowy's life ... is slowly getting back to normal. rosemary/mom 637 it means a &plot. the support for daniel 17-year-old perry hall high -3 schoollstuden'ts world was
... ((pkg)) a terrifying day in baltimore coonty for hundreds of middde schoolers.... 18:29 (audio only) i was scared for my life to be honest many found themselles ttaaped inside a classroom with a 13 year old armed with a loaded semi-automatic handgunn 6:41 (brandon) all i heard was gun gun and then we saw police witt their dogs going up and doon the hallway.there was no way out... parents feared thee worst.3:16(dawn) i just got a call from the school saying they were on lockdown.shortly after first period, an automated call went out to parents like dawn tharp.3:44 (dawn) they told me not to worry about anything.but that was easier said then done.4:02 (dawn) i din't know they had a gun and now if found out i'm &ppretty upset.just over two weeks ago... a scene like thii played out at perry hall high school and a student was shot. 4:27(dawn) what was your &pworst fear? that my daughter would get shot. as awn was heading inside to find her daughter....5:26 child's name and they've have to meet them down here ok other parents were on their way out...(back time if neee be) 8:28 yeah he i
the weapons up. keep these weapons secure. >> the baltimore county and police chief have hit these words for parents after a 13- world oil carried a loaded gun into the metals -- into the middle school. luckily, no one was hurt, like the incident two weeks ago with the student opened fire in perry hall school. >> the most important thing is you don't store a weapon unless it is secure and loaded. >> he's a police firearms safety instructor at agrees that parents need to keep firearms well out of reach of their kids. the student at the data from under his grandfather's mattress. the student stated he had cut was got locked up that he saw his grandfather place the gun between his mattress and box spring. >> i'd never advocate you keep any kind of firearm within reach, it's less of a mattress or under the pillow or even in a nightstand drawer. it is too easy to simply wake up from sleepot knowing whether you are awake or asleep or what is going on and reach for the firearm and try to put a deadly operation. >> he says gun owners should never store a loaded gun and use a safety device like a
, a loss, no ground lost for the baltimore orioles. >> a tough stretch for the birds right now. the birds dropped their first game in the west coast to the oakland a's, the a.l. wild card leading athletics beat the o's 3-2 last night to prevent them from moving into sole possession in the a.l. east. jonny gomes hit a go-ahead r.b.i. single in the fifth to back a's rookie tommy mill own in a key series between playoff contenders. the new york yankees lost 6-4 at home to tampa bay. oakland is part of the o's grueling nine-game road trip that may have some fans going through withdrawal. the o's winning ways have been drawing bigger crowds to the yards which is great for fans and businesses, as well. lowell melzer has more on. >> that orioles' fever, magic, whatever you want to call it, has taken a grip on the baltimore area and is not letting go. >> it's fabulous. it's exciting to see and there's a lot of momentum and we hope it continues. >> goodbye, home run, it's a fair ball! orioles, 3, rays 2, in 14. >> after a sweep of the tampa bay rays, the orioles are now headed out west on a nine-g
this year in baltimore city. the video was emailed to crime and justice reporter joy lepola. lepola.this is south baltimore a little before 11 21st. it's a wide shot... but if you look closely yoo can see a man crossing the street... walking towards 19 year old lovell spencer in the upper ight corner of the screen. within seconds if you look closely you can see a they're fired. the shooter pbttom of the screen... but e .in less than an hoor... he is prounounced dead at shock trauma. despite this evidence, this remains and unsolved murderr 1:54:18 joy at the end of the day we could put a police car in every singll driveway in balitmore :21 but unness people come out of their houses and talk ith information we're not going to be able to keep this city people murdered thissyear..... detectives have only closed 31 percent of those cases. when we join you nextt we'll hear from a former f-b-i agent... and what he thinks is the key to solving more of these murderr. live at police headquarters, joel d. ssith, fox 45 morning news. protests continue all aroondd the world today... aft
, wbal-tv 11 news. >> and we're learning more tonight about the baltimore county man suspected of murdering his grandparents in the pipe mill home where they lived. it came out that he was found by authorities in oklahoma last week where he was being treated in the hospital. detectives in oklahoma are alleging that long was found unresponsive in at a motel room on tuesday morning, have been taken prescription pills. he shared a home with his grandparents and is now considered a suspect in their killing. >> the fbi has launched an investigation into several vandalism cases that appear to be targeting mosques in virginia. worshipers in harrisburg arrived at their weekly prayer service to find graffiti on the building, apparently including references to iraqis and "this is america." there is no indication whether this is in response to angry anti-u.s. protests in the muslim world. meanwhile, those protests seem to be escalating, spreading to more than a dozen countries in the middle east, including afghanistan. this has forces suffer more losses as the result of inciting attacks.
-- on the field where they love heering on the team that art modell brought to baltimore. they were able to see the casket up close, touch the lobardi trophy, and ven talk personally with the family. it's on this very ield whereethe ravens will play the bengals in the monday night football opener. the first chance to put last year's tough ending to rest, and all the talk about what might happen this year, can finally end. 3 &p3 the ravens field and helmets will look a little different tonight when you watch on tv, orrcome here to the sttdiumm art's name will be on the field in big art decals oo theri helmets ar just one more way to pay hhnor to the man who gave us the colors... o we town purple in the first place. stadium, joel d. smmth, fox 45 morning news. 3 coming up... a big honor today... for baltimore native, michael phelps.the event... that's drawing huge crowds to the iiner harbor. 1:13 "...i am disappointed that we have come to this point, and one offthe country's biggest school systems... paces a massive teaccer strike today.we'll explain why... and what will happen to thh stud
from baltimore, to come see the baby." baby."sad and shocking newss tonight out of the national zoo in washington, d-c. d-c. vytas says... says... and one jewelers free gift for buying their product... has many people raising their eyebrows.why you'll need a license to use the gift. 3&good evening, i'mmjennifer gilbert.a series of fightss break out in towson... as the tigers celebrate homecoming weekend.six people were arrested near campus and one live from the university to explain what happened... and why police say ii's not melinda? apparently towson ssudents and fans got pretty rowdy after yesterday'ssgamee... luckily, the university had beefed up security here around campus. but that dddn't prevent violence rom erupting a few blocks away - at a party hosted by students. students. towson students say they feel safe here at school... and rarely run into trouble around town.12:57:04 "i think living oo campus is very safe... lots whee they heard what happened a few blocks up york roaa saturday night ---many were stunnne.police say fraternity members hosted a party at this pheate
...if you'd like to see it... just go to fox-baltimore dot com. some recent grads are getting a boost inntheir job search. johns hhpkins hospital is holding a job fair for about technology graduates today. hopkins is co-hosting the fair along with george washington university and the university of maryland university ollege. a heaaed debate at american who breasted her baby áduring cllss.á dr. adrienne pine... a professor of anthropology... explains in her blog that her baby was sick... and that she didn't want to cancel the first day of class.so she brought her daughter with her... and breast-fed throughout the lecture... leaving some students in shock. "i feel like it was really unprofessional of her, i feel like she should have at least stepped out of the room.""i think what's inappropriate is that she brought hhr child to class in the first place. it'ss very distracttng to a lot of the students." students."sccool officials spoke out about the matter... saying there's no explicit policy on campus breast- feeding. but it does give new private place to pump breast milk. the or
heavy down pour north of baltimore now. so if you're driving from baltimore back up here through wilmington, delaware, you're going to get wet in the next half hour or so. be prepared for that. as far as rainfall goes, nothing too heavy out there. we'll see periods of rain. that drought situation there just has gotten worse over the last couple months. this was good news last night. >> yeah, much needed relief. all right, bill, thanks so much. >>> coming up, another union deal. student debt climbs and a new meaning for the term canine cop. your "first look" at this morning's business headlines is straight ahead. >>> coming up, there's a home run derby in baltimore, a new leader in the al central and strike up the band, the nfl referees are coming back. jack, you're a little boring. boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire [ male announcer ] use any citi card to get the benefits of private pass.
migraines. new bayer migraine formula. >> this is wbal-tv 11 news today in baltimore. >> good morning. i am stan stovall. baltimore county schools will conduct a series of mandatory meetings this morning, all aimed at introducing a new and improved school safety and security plan to teachers and administrators. this cons after recent a gun incidents at two schools. they will discuss how to go about reporting suspicious activity. here is kim dacey and traffic pulse 11. >> we had a big accident on the west side outer loop of the beltway. the accident as clear, but we're still seeing residual delays with 10 miles per hour on the west side outer loop. further south, eastbound 100 at arundel mills boulevard, a crashed there. you can see the delays from the live drive times all the way down on the outer loop. leave extra time or avoid that route if you can. 35 minutes between 32 and beltway heading into baltimore. 18 minutes on southbound between 95. here at baltimore national pike, you can see that the outer loop is just crawling all the way down. 95 and the fort mchenry tunnel, it is moving jus
approved this message. >> a baltimore county judge postponed a bail hearing for a teen-ager charged with shooting a fellow student on the first day of class. the attorney for the teen requested the delay, saying the teen has been on suicide watch while being treated at a psychiatric hospital. the attorney said prior to the shooting, the teen said it would be the last day of his life. >> acting out in a terrible fashion in the hopes that somebody other than him would pull the trigger on him and he would per. i think he expected to be killed and desired to be killed. as sad as that is, i think that is the reality of the case. >> the judge granted the delay pending a mental health assessment. he is accused of opening fire in the cafeteria at perry hall high school. one of the bullets hit a boy in the back, and he is expected to be okay. >> a somber tribute is to be held for the prince george's county martell ron. police are still looking for his killer. >> a former prince george's county police officer caught in a wide-ranging corruption investigation was sentenced today. chong kim wil
at the baltimore hebrew congregation. they have been preparing for a large gathering to say by to the former ravens owner. the ceremony will honor art modell. he was 87. there was a moment of silence at the game last night. the players wore a decals on the back of their helmets. the focus will be on his larger- than-life personality and his many contributions. >> jewish tradition teaches us our funerals are the same matter who we are, whether we're someone who lived a quiet life. i think he would want the same. >> the funeral for art modell will be carried live on wbal plus at 11:00 a.m. on comcast channel 208, verizon fios 460, and 11-2. reporting live, kim dacey, wbal- tv 11 news. >> thank you. police are investigating the murder of an elderly couple. relatives expressed concern after they could not contact the couple appeared there was a man's body on the floor through the window. officers found his wife dead in the basement. >> i am shocked. i cannot believe in this neighborhood something like that happens. >> police say they did not find any sign of forced entry. >> police are looking into a s
for joining us. the investigation continues today into the murders of an elderly couple in baltimore county that happened in historic suddenbrook park area. police are is not saying how they died but they died from traumatic injuries. police have not commented on another man that neighbors say was living in that home. they did say there is no evidence of a break-in and police have not released the names of the victims and their bodies have been taken for the medical examiner for autopsies and we will keep you posted on information. if you know anything, call the baltimore county police. time for a check on weather with meteorologist lynette charles. >> let's talk about what's going on right now in mount airy. things look fabulous and a beautiful sunrise and a carbon copy of what we had yesterday. so if you liked yesterday you are going to enjoy today once again. look at temperatures in mount airy. very chilly out there this morning. grab the jacket as you head out and about. 47 degrees at the dew point of 46. dry air on tap once again. and look at the temperature by lunchtime. 73 degrees pl
night. the crew got a standing ovation from the crowd in baltimore before the ravens/browns game. football and therefore life as we know it nearly unraveled during prechaotic weeks with those replacement referees. roger goodell apologized to fans for the lockout but insisted the league and the referees were close to a deal even without that debacle last monday night. >> i believe we would have reached an agreement this week regardless of monday night or sunday night or the past weekend. everybody was to the point of getting this concluded. >> so how did the real guys do? cnn's nischelle turner is live in los angeles. what did unthink? any bad calls? >> reporter: well, it depends on who you're rooting for basically, john, you know, yes, the refs -- the real refs got a standing ovation last night and everyone was breathing a sigh of relief that they were back on the field but you know what, it did not take long for the boo birds to come out. it was about four minutes into the game in the first quarter when the refs made a holding call on the ravens, and you heard the boo birds so i
paul. baltimore ravens will honor him before tonight's game against the bengals. that's at m&t bank stadium. >> a dance studio in british columbia causing quite a stir with its latest class. poll dancing for children. the instructor says the classes fitness and fun. she says students get an andllent cardiovascular upper body workout. orit's nothing provocative sexual about it. it is pure fitness and strength fund. kids love climbing trees. will climb anything. >> all dancing for children is not new. a national poll dancing championship in russia last week. children as young as seven were in that.o compete everyone in our studio it is shaking their heads at this. a push to make it an games. >> not for my daughter. those are not trees. >> adam caskey is putting his foot down. hop on the metro to go teachnd were trying to that if you are born stand up, you have to hold on tight at. so she grabs the pole and starts swinging. the whole train erupted. >> it was perfectly innocent, .our little girl >> not my daughter. >> let's turn to the weather. cannot even concentrate on the weather. be
were without power for days. this morning series in baltimore 10:00. another meeting tomorrow as well. >> let's look at our forecast. >> jacqui jeras >> . no storms in the forecast, but we do have some changes. be back in the picture before we know it. another picture perfect day across the metro area if. at this nice picture overlooking the district. of your screen, a beautiful shot of the moon. memorialtrong for ne service will be today. we are looking at temperatures in the fifties right now generally. sunny and warm today, 78- 83. there's a chance of rain late on only a 20% chance. we will talk about early next week, next time. now to angela with traffic. >> it is thursday. the morning drive is shaping up nicely for the most part. only trouble spot in prince william county. accident is just west of route 1 nearrt donnell drive fitzgerald. driving on 395 into you should find it easy travelling conditions. l especially wel the capitaletween beltway and the 14th street bridge. in maryland, a live look at 270 showing the southbound side little. to pick up a or cars joining the drive.
-inning win streak. a great feeling as they beat the mariners, 3-1 to win a series sweep. him for baltimore's all-time saves. the yankees had a double they are on the birds. the nats played a thriller a day with the dodgers. brant the highlights. washington gets closer to its first postseason appearance since 1933. g was electric. the nats won the first game, 3- 1. me take you back downtown -- was wild. game tagss trouble with it but the third out. the umpire said that kemp had before thee plate tag. ron call -- 6-0 dodgers. bottom of the eighth, a two-run own to right field. morris with the bases loaded. a single that finds the whole. what a comeback. was 6-6. in the top of the ninth, he a fastball -- see you later. they hold on to win it 7-6. that bad call early in the game the dodgers run that have counted. have a great day, everybody. >> thank you. 53 degrees. the news will continue at 5:30. 53 degrees. the news will continue at 5:30. >> in the people, businesses, and organizations that call grear washington home. whether it's funding an organization that provides new citizens with job
. >>> a 17-year-old boy shot in the cafeteria on the first day of school in baltimore is home. he was shot last month at perry hall high school. he left the hospital yesterday after two weeks. the boy who has down syndrome suffered a bruised lung and hole in his torso. the accused gunman is charged aas an adult with attempted murder and assault. >>> today players, fans and family and friends will say their final good-byes to legendary ravens' owner art modell. he'll be laid to rest at 11:00. last night the ravens paid tribute to helmet decals and a video before the game. he's best known for bringing football back to baltimore. he died thursday at 87. >>> the next time your kid gets a sore throat, you might be better off not giving them antibiotics. the infectious diseases society of america now suggesting most sore throats be treated without antibiotics because they are usually caused by a virus, not a bacteria. antibiotics don't work against viruses. it also recommends against removing kids' tonsils because of recurring throat infections. it says the risk of surgery, usually isn't worth i
of his head. >> he is with the economist of and the baltimore sun. he delights in simple strokes that speak volumes. >> the challenge is to be able to distill complex things into a peoplebut get the lot of can understand. >> they tackle people and and their subjects change over time. >> president solis franco. is probably a reflection of the politicalof their cachet. >> 20 years ago, more than 200 cartoonistsitorial in the u.s.. as newspapers go under, they are down to about 80. more are using computers. and moving in the animation. >> sarah palin is qualified to be president. she has written caribou to hunt polar bears. >> they say they will have a job as there are politicians. through,nvention comes watch the editorial cartoonists in action. a head about genius, but like a bar of soap? that is cold. talk about a star-the big cast at the white house. anding the u.s. olympic the athletes today. 104u.s. won a total of including 46 gold, the country.ny >> three big prizes will expire , the biggestnth of $1 million unclenched powerful ticket. at the americans killed in libya. you wi
in the eighth inning as a's beat the yanks. the baltimore orioles are even closer. joe saunders and three other pitchers allowed just three hits as the birds down toronto for nothing. baltimore is a game back of first. >>> tiger woods finished third in the deutsche bank championship yesterday, pocketing over a half million dollars. that check put woods over the $100 million mark for pga career earnings. woods notes that sam sneed won more than he has, but he has a bigger payout. >>> olympic gold medalist andy murray moves on in the u.s. open. he beat the canadian wry own yich last night. murray into the quarterfinals for the eighth straight time. murray has yet to win a major. >>> three members of team usa's gold medal winning women's gymnastics team took in the dodgers last night. ross, maroney and gabby douglas threw out the ceremonial first pitch. in this case, pitches. looks like they had a good time doing that. and that's a look at sports. the next hour of cnn "newsroom" begins after a short break. i i had pain in my abdomen...g. it just wouldn't go away. i was spotting, but i had already
unprecedented happened on thursday night in baltimore, deb. fans actually gave a standing ovation to nfl officials. that's how bad this has gotten. monday night, of course, the botched call, changed the outcome of the seahawks-packers game in favor of seattle. that kind of led to a public outcry. this cannot stand. 17 hours of negotiations between the nfl and the officials on tuesday. finally late wednesday night, they had an agreement in principle. now finally the agreement has been formalized. the referees are back on the field and sunday's games will be fully staffed by the proper officials. >> you know, what's interesting is that one of sticking points is that nfl owners wanted the referees to become full-time nfl employees. a lot of these refs hold other jobs. and that was one of the reasons that the owners were so unwilling to compromise. why? i mean, these are very dedicated, professional referees. why should that technically be an issue? >> this is one of the things that gave the referees a really strong position in the bargaining. take the most famous referee, ed hochuli. he wor
with a deal with the locked out refs. the real refs will take the field in baltimore tonight for the ravens-browns game. according to fox news.com, the deal includes pay raises and pension guarantees for the officials. at the top of the hour, ten o'clock, nfl hall of fame quarterback fran tarkenton joins "varney & company," how much money did the refs get, exactly how much? of course, did they win? sure looks like it. please go to our facebook page and tell us what you think about the real refs coming back. do you think every call they make will be correct? what's the big deal? why did this grip america? follow us on facebook, we'll read some of your comments on the air next hour. smith electric, the latest green energy struggling if backed company. it's not making as many as it's supposed to. president obama was there and extolling the company and the government's role in it. and form mayor rudy guiliani joins us to talk about romney and taxes, is romney is good candidate? we'll ask him. and nokia and research in motion, the down side of apple's success. we'll follow them at the opening be
in december of 2010. the tape i just played for you was at the republican retreat in baltimore in january of 2010, eleven months earlier when the president said it is too soon and it is the wrong time to raise taxes. >> in january of 2010 the unemployment rate is almost two full percentage points higher than it is now. i think that is a selective choice. >> i think the taxes should go back. he pro -- >> it was 2.3% back then. >> chris, your clip is trying suggest that the president's leading concern for economic growth is that we not raise taxes on high income people. the focus of his program is broad base growth and tax cuts for people that hire rather than abolishing the high income taxes by a trillion dollars. that will not work. it didn't work in 2001 when the same people proposed it and used it. >> let me bring up mr. hubbard. you wereup rt part of the team. let's respond. >> governor romney is talking about tax reform and not large tax cuts. my question for austin is why would we believe that four more years of this policy or hiring tax credits or whatever the table will take growth
will honor its olympic heroes in baltimore. michael phelps will be among the athletes selling arbitrated. governor martin o'malley will help lead the ceremony. the paralympic games just wrapped up yesterday in london. >>> it appears some of the nationals rookies really wanted to compete in the olympics. from the looks of things, they were not interested in playing baseball. here it is, check it out. the ball players in leotards. yes, this was part of the nats annual rookie hazing ritual. pitcher gio gonzalez tweeted these pictures of the rookies. poor guys. they dressed in the likes of the u.s. olympic gymnastics team. this is probably more embarrassing than last year's rookies went through, though, they had to dress up like smurfs is. i would agree. i would prefer to be a smurf. >> they look like they're doing it in good fun. good sports for sure. >> you take one for the team. >> time for weather and traffic on the ones. >> should have given us a spoiler alert on that. now it's stuck in my brain the rest of the day. >>> good morning. something landed in our yards overnight, autumn. it's
that tornado yesterday. you're again under the gun. also, this stretch all the way to baltimore, the potomac river back through the ohio river and another slice of potentially severe weather here. main threats damaging wind and some hail. again, isolated threat of a tornado, but yesterday's was certainly remarkable. >> you're not kidding. thank you. >>> more people are buying up newerly built homes. that could be great news if you're looking to sell. [ female announcer ] born from the naturally sweet monk fruit, something this delicious could only come from nature. now from the maker of splenda sweeteners, discover nectresse. the only 100% natural, no-calorie sweetener made from the goodness of fruit. the rich, sweet taste of sugar. nothing artificial. ♪ it's all that sweet ever needs to be. new nectresse. sweetness naturally. not in this economy. we also have zero free time, and my dad moving in. so we went to fidelity. we looked at our family's goals and some ways to help us get there. they helped me fix my economy, the one in my house. now they're managing my investments for me. and wit
you on being from maryland and i'm from baltimore and not get your take on the orioles, how well they're doing right now keeping us up late at night. >> you're right. i'm losing sleep. we're looking forward to the national oriole world series this year. >> i hear you loud and clear. i'm all for it 100%. i'm in tough territory here in new york. it's good to have a fellow o's fan on. senator ben cardin of maryland, thank you. i appreciate it. >>> we'll be right back with a look at how the repeal of don't ask don't tell is doing one year later. >>> the aarp has great tips on staying healthy on the high seas. avoid seasickness. have your physician prescribe anti nausea medication before leaving. the sun is stronger at sea, use a high spf sun block. eat only thoroughly cooked foods. >> brought to you by aleve, try aleve for relief from tough headaches. triple checking hydraulics. the evening brings more pain. so, back to more pills. almost done, when... hang on. stan's doctor recommended aleve. it can keep pain away all day with fewer pills than tylenol. this is rudy. who switched to aleve
beat a receiver up all the way down the field. i watched philadelphia and baltimore. and it looked like an episode of oz out in the yard of a prison. >> reporter: former nfl referee jerry austin now a rules analyst for espn's "monday night football" says the labor dispute has to be solved to get the focus back to where it should be. >> what is everybody talking about? >> here's the nfl's leverage. the tv ratings are stratospheric. today the nfl said its telecasts ranked one and two in viewership among all tv programs last week. that nfl games topped the ratings in all 30 local markets. that's the first time that's ever happened. the cbs game between the houston texans and the denver broncos, joe, i'm going to throw this out. guess what the number was? >> i'm scared. >> 24 million viewers. >> that's ridiculous. >> it's riridiculous. people are watching. it may be the train wreck effect. watch for the referees debacles. but they're watching. >> for sure. the interesting thing too is we're starting to see perhaps the ping lumbar swinging back now. the coaches taking heat for the replacemen
. this happened on fremont avenue and then fled the scene. baltimore police say that a man and a woman were at the crosswalk, this happened on sunday when a car hit them and they were thrown about 70 feet. that woman is in critical condition this morning with head injuries and injuries to her leg. the other had minor cuts and bruises, contact police if you have any information on the hit and run. >>> time now for a check on the weather to meteorologist lynette charles. >> it is gorgeous out there right now megan. you can see the severn river is bare right now. no type of any boats on there. into the afternoon that should pick up though. this morning, though, we are quite chilly. but we do have plenty of sunshine and we have a few high clouds moving in across the area. right now that temperature at 59 degrees at the dew point of 56. and we will begin to have those temperatures bump up as we go throughout the day. and we will stay dry. maryland's most powerful radar is dry right now. and we will be dry even as we head into tomorrow. our hour by hour forecast, well by 54 degrees by this mornin
into center-field. it was his 3,283rd hit tying with willie mays. new york wins 2-0. to baltimore now. the orioles would have to complete the sweep of the race. fourth 10th inning, game tied 2-2. matt joyce made a great effort. couldn't catch it. unbelievable. adam jones scores and the orioles remain tied with the yankees in the american league east. just unbelievable. that's a look at sports. [ male announcer ] if you stash tissues like a squirrel stashes nuts, you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec® liquid gels. nothing starts working faster than zyrtec® at relieving your allergy symptoms for 24 hours. zyrtec®. love the air. at relieving your allergy symptoms for 24 hours. sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering so, i'm walking down the street, sfx: sounds of marching band d crowd cheering just you know walking, sfx: sounds of marching bandnd and crowd cheering and i found myself in the middle of this paradeeet, sfx: sounds of marching band d crowd cheering honoring america's troops. sfx: sounds of marching bandnd
browns the team became the raven's after he moved to baltimore in 96. his dead at the age of 87. those are your news headlines. the fox business network, now back to you. lori: thank you for the update. melissa: $1 billion in cost-cutting. what will those cuts b? charlie gasparino as the two-story. >> reporter: we are getting this from people inside. people that are talking to wall street executives from -- also looking for jobs. this might be the base cost cutting. now, we should point out, not just the business conditions on wall street this tampering, but also an insider-trading scandal, problems with the bank, a japanese bank, so a lot of other issues. this is the most extreme example of what is going on in maastricht, and it's affecting the equities business, the stock trading, banking, research which has been hit particularly hard in the current wall street profit. so this is what we know. telling executives the fox business network has learned, particularly in the equity business essentially to look for other jobs. signaling to these executives that they are winding down their e
to sports. the surprising baltimore orioles back in a first place tie in the al east. the birds pulled even in the standings with new york after beating the yankees at a sold out camden yards crowd. the orioles hit six count them six home runs in the 10-6 victory. the teams play game two of the big series tonight. hard to believe serena williams was on her death bed from a mystery illness just a year ago. she's now destroying her opponents at the u.s. open. amazing. serena steam rolled through her first five matches and plays in the semifinals later today. we're outside arthur ashe stadium in flushing meadows. can anybody beat serena? >> reporter: not the way she is playing right now, carol. she has been absolutely brilliant in this tournament so far. as you say she has obviously won her first five matches and has only dropped 16 games. she is absolutely thrashing her opponents here at flushing mados, looking very, very likely to make the u.s. open final. she had a great summer. remember she won the wimbledon title. then she won two gold medals at the olympic. also played at wimbledon. she
in baltimore. i go home every evening and i talk to my constituents and they are appalled at what they are seeing. so, again, the country is better off and the country will be better off. i think what the president has got to do and i know he will do is he needs to make sure he tells the journey. not blame it. we don't have to get into the blame game. that's not necessary. tell us what the journey has been, what we've been through. tell what he has done and accomplished. then he must make it clear that we must protect our progress. you see, that's what i'm concerned about. my constituents are about protecting the progres they like the affordable care act. they like the fact that kids can be on an insurance policy. they like the fact that they're not going to be discriminated against because it's a woman and her poll 0 sis wiicies are high man. >> this is the message. >> they need that. >> let me ask you, obviously the president needs as much turnout in minority communities as he can get given the gap. but the paradox is they have suffered the most, unemployment in double digits fo
-0 lead and held on to beat the broncos 27-21. >>> to baseball now. baltimore's nate mclouth gets the game against seattle off to a bang with a lead-off home run. wow! the rest of the orioles joined the slugfest with adam jones scoring four times, and three homers in two games. the o's win. >>> and toronto blue jays' shortstop yunel escobar with meet with reporters this afternoon to talk about a homophobic slur. the message written in spanish was depicted in eye black he wore in saturday's game against boston. at this point, we don't know the reason behind the offensive remark, but the blue jays' organization is distancing itself from it and, of course, we'll bring you escobar's remarks when he makes them later this afternoon. that's a look at sports this morning. >>> the next hour of "cnn newsroom" begins right now. >>> stories we're watching right now in the newsroom, mitt romney's on the defensive this morning. he's trying to set the record straight and clear up some comments he made while secretly being recorded. >>> plus this. >> it isn't working. it's not working. >> the hole's only
. fans on both sides of the aisle hope this dispute is settled soon. the baltimore ravens were given a one-point lead over the new england patriots and a series of rules that have been botched are driving fans and players crazy. all this because of the labor dispute between the nfl and the regular referees that began when the referees were locked out in june. the referees want more money asking for increasing their salaries from $149,000 to $189,000. compare that to the median nfl player's salary, $770,000 a year. it's important to remember the average nfl playing career is only three-and-a-half years. so these are not full-time jobs for them. the nfl wants to make the refs full-time. the legal also wants to move them from a pension system to a 401(k). but this the context of a business that brings in $9.5 billion a year, it seems relatively solvable. an nfl referee for 25 years who worked two super bowls told me he doesn't blame the replacement refs who have been pulled from small colleges, high schools and lower-level pro leagues. what were they really not ready for at this level o
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 55 (some duplicates have been removed)